Our wider team of Support Staff include Admissions, Marketing and Development, Finance, Human Resources, Administrative and Secretarial support, Technicians who work within Science, Art and Drama, CCF, Medical Centre, Estates and Facilities, Sports and IT.
In addition to enjoying the beautiful surroundings and working environment, you will receive a competitive salary and benefits package which includes a contributory pension scheme, use of the sports facilities, free onsite parking and relevant training and development opportunities.
Reed’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the post they are applying for, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
APPLICATION FORM | DOC
We are looking to recruit an Art Technician who has good organisational, creative and IT skills to support the growing number of students and colleagues involved in the Art provision at the School. Previous experience of working within a similar role is essential.
The closing date for applications will be Friday 1st February 2019.
ART TECHNICIAN - JOB DESCRIPTION
We have an exciting opportunity for an inspiring Artist in Residence who is passionate about Art and about helping young people to develop their artistic potential. You will possess the drive and determination to support a thriving Art Department, in a school which has a flourishing creative arts tradition. This is an exciting prospect for either a postgraduate or an experienced Artist.
It is essential that you are an effective team member, who is willing to support the Art Department in terms of technical support in timetabled lessons, and in occasionally running workshops throughout the week.
The main duties for the role will include providing practical and technical support in Art, both inside and outside of lessons and activities and to assist other staff within the Department with the display of student work within the School and online.
Candidates will need to be flexible, as the demands will vary throughout the School year. The timetabling for an Artist in Residence will include protected time for their own artistic endeavours, which we hope will be inspirational to pupils.
The role-holder will work for 37 hours per week during term time and will also be required to attend INSET at the beginning of each term. You will work Monday to Friday and will work 5 mornings and 3 afternoons, with two ‘protected’ afternoons to enable you to continue your own practice.
The closing date for applications will be midday on Friday 1st February 2019.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE - JOB DESCRIPTION
We are looking for qualified, part time lifeguards to take responsibility for the health and safety of our users in the pool and ensure all our poolside activities and dry side activities are promoted and run effectively. Friendly and approachable, you’ll provide a high level of customer service.
Key aspects of the role will include: Maintaining a safe pool environment through excellent lifeguarding practices, Delivering excellent customer service, Carrying out regular pool cleaning and maintenance, Preparing activity areas and equipment, Attendance at regular pool training.
The successful candidate will have: The National Pool Lifeguard qualification (NPLQ), Up-to-date NPLQ training records, Interest in gym/gym instructor level 2 (desirable).
Interviews will be held upon application.
LIFEGUARD - JOB DESCRIPTION
TENNIS COACHES (SELF-EMPLOYED)
We are currently looking to appoint Tennis Coaches who will work with us on a part-time, self-employed basis to provide coaching as part of our newly established Community Tennis Programme as we grow the programme in 2018, as well as school coaching.
Successful coaches will be provided with;
• a base rate of pay of £20-30/hr, dependent on coaching level and experience
• assistance with individual promotion and general administrative support for one-to-one coaching
• coaching equipment
• the potential to carry out additional private lessons and guaranteed holiday camp coaching work during School holidays
Applicants must be able to work a minimum of 3 mid-week afternoons/evenings and weekends, be a team player and have the personality, energy and the ability to inspire both a young generation and drive adult enthusiasm for tennis. Minimum of LTA Level 3 required.
Interviews will be held upon application.
If you have any questions relating to any of our current vacancies or would like to find out more about working at Reed’s School, please contact the HR team at HR@reeds.surrey.sch.uk